5 Cowboys Offseason Moves to Reach the Super Bowl Next Season

These five moves are exactly what the Cowboys need to finally return to the Super Bowl for the first time since 1995.

Nov 13, 2016; Pittsburgh, PA, USA;  Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and quarterback Dak Prescott
Nov 13, 2016; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and quarterback Dak Prescott / Jason Bridge-USA TODAY Sports
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2. Draft Amarius Mims

Amarius Mims is probably the most popular first-round pick for the Cowboys in NFL mock drafts right now, and for good reason.

Whether Tyron Smith returns to Dallas or not, which is a huge question that will have a major impact on the team's offseason, Mims is the right choice.

If Smith returns, he won't be around much longer and we need a future left tackle. Mims can become that. But of course, that doesn't explain why selecting him is a move Dallas needs to make for a Super Bowl push this season.

Well Mims' best position in college was right tackle. He absolutely dominated from that spot on the Georgia offensive line. And that's also a major need the Cowboys have.

Terence Steele was awful in 2023. He was bad as a run blocker and a total liability in pass protection. Mims projects as a day-one starter on the right side, and he'd be an instant upgrade at a crucial position.